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CPD: Chase arrest warrant served

By Officer Adam Cravens, PIO
Columbia Police Department

On Tuesday night, December 29, 2020, just after 7pmCT, the Columbia Police Department, acting on an anonymous tip, located a Columbia man in Harper Valley trailer court and placed him into custody with an outstanding felony warrant.

Justin Bledsoe, 27, of Columbia is facing multiple charges including the felony's wanton endangerment 1st degree and fleeing and evading police in a motor vehicle 1st degree as well as other traffic charges.

Bledsoe's charges stem from an incident on December 22, when Police attempted to initiate a traffic stop on Jamestown Street at which time the operator, Bledsoe, did not stop and continued on HWY South 55, passing and weaving through traffic. The pursuit was terminated due to concerns for pedestrian safety. Bledsoe is also charged with probation violation.

Officer Evan Burton is the arresting Officer. He was assisted on apprehension by Officer Ethan Pike as well as Officers with The Adair Sheriff's Office and Kentucky State Police.

This story was posted on 2020-12-30 05:37:42
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